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Companies House: A Short Guide

By Bellingcat Investigation Team The research behind the joint report with Transparency International was only made possible due to the government’s decision in 2014 to make its records available to the public free of...

DRS: Why Air Force Should Buy T-100 For T-X Trainer

By Colin Clark PARIS AIR SHOW: With the competition for the US Air Force’s T-X trainer system increasingly seen as a battle between Lockheed Martin and Boeing, it’s easy to overlook perhaps the most...

ASPI suggests

By David Lang and Amelia Long First up, this must-read longread courtesy of The National Interest chronicles how deep structural shifts are afflicting the global system to bring about an end to the post-Cold...

Banks ‘de-risking’: a threat to national security?

By Susan Mason De-risking practices initiated by Australia’s financial institutions are inadvertently threatening our national security because they perpetuate high risk unregulated banking channels which allow terrorist groups to move illicit funds without detection....

Quilliam Bulletin 23-06-2017

By Quilliam Admin Quilliam Statement On Anti-Muslim Terrorist Attack On Muslims In London Quilliam Chief Executive Haras Rafiq said: “There is a symbiotic relationship between Islamism that views all non-Muslims as the enemy, and...

Quilliam Bulletin 22-06-2017

By Quilliam Admin Quilliam Statement On Anti-Muslim Terrorist Attack On Muslims In London Quilliam Chief Executive Haras Rafiq said: “There is a symbiotic relationship between Islamism that views all non-Muslims as the enemy, and...

The current cost of the future submarine

By Andrew Davies Today I’m coming back to a subject long dear to me—the cost of the Future Submarine program. Long term followers of the subject might recall ASPI’s 2009 paper How to buy...

Countering China’s high-altitude land grab

By Brahma Chellaney Bite by kilometer-size bite, China is eating away at India’s Himalayan borderlands. For decades, Asia’s two giants have fought a bulletless war for territory along their high-altitude border. Recently, though, China...

National security wrap

By Patrick Kennedy, Madeleine Nyst, Sophie Qin and Zoe Glasson The Beat Crimes that make you say…huh? It’s a close race for the week’s kookiest crime. In California, three individuals were arrested for grand...

Why Australia needs a space agency

By Haimin Huang The world of space has entered a new era. Over the past two months, barriers thought unbreakable just five years ago have been shattered. In the US, SpaceX re-landed first-stage boosters...

No, Senator, it’s not 90 percent.

By website@atlanticcouncil.org (James Hasik) John McCain grossly exaggerates the power of defense contractors, and unfairly criticizes Patrick Shanahan. As Sydney Freedberg covered for Breaking Defense yesterday, Senator John McCain of Arizona was rather tough...

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